Science Confirms Epilepsy Patients Feel Better After Daily CBD Regimen

WASHINGTON DC — Patients with intractable epilepsy in Alabama felt better overall one year after initiating a daily cannabidiol (CBD) regimen, according to a study presented here, despite also reporting declining social support and more stressful events over the course of the year. Epilepsy patients started taking daily doses of CBD. One year later, a significant number […]

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Epilepsy: 80 seizures a day to none

BY, Elaine Wyllie MD. CLEVELAND, Ohio. (Ivanhoe Newswire) One in 26 Americans will develop epilepsy in their lifetime. Some people with this condition have persistent and severe seizures that can’t be controlled with medicine. Surgery is an option, but only if doctors can locate the exact problem area in the brain. Now, a new type of […]

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Electronic ‘Nose’ Offers Rapid Epilepsy Diagnosis

WASHINGTON, DC — An electronic “nose” that measures various compounds in exhaled breath reliably distinguishes patients with epilepsy from controls, new research shows. The noninvasive diagnostic tool is faster, less costly, and less invasive than electroencephalography (EEG) — the standard technique to diagnose epilepsy. Patients simply insert a small hand-held device into their mouth and breath […]

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Katie Hopkins reveals epilepsy made her suicidal – and says she identifies as a MAN

The 42-year-old didn’t hold back… She is fearlessly honest – even in the face of baying mobs. So it’s perhaps not surprising that Katie Hopkins has flirted with the idea of being transgender – and doesn’t care if she’s mistaken for a man. The TV star, who first rose to prominence on The Apprentice, made the comments […]

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